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21 results for 'christian'

The Green Mile

By Credo, published on Dec 5, 2013

... of marauders, one of whom declared himself to be the devil, so Christopher decided to serve him. But when he saw his new master avoid a wayside cross and found out that the devil feared Christ, he left him and enquired from people where to find Christ. He met a hermit who instructed him in the Christian faith. Christopher asked him how he could serve Christ. When the hermit suggested fasting and prayer, Christopher replied that he was unable to perform that service. The hermit then suggested that because of his size and strength Christopher could serve Christ by assisting people to cross a... (more)

Tags: jesus, movie, bible, christ, christian, michael clarke duncan, messiah

Do Atheists 'have higher IQs'???

By Shaun Gibson, published on Oct 19, 2013

...led to this blog. Did you read it? Did you have watch? to even watch the first 5 minutes? If not, you may want to, here: There is NO argument religion fights. I speak to Catholics, Protestants, Christians, and more and they all RUBBISH each other as if they are better. Sometimes I sit and just agree, but always I am taking notes to myself, so here we are, this blog led to "Hate through Religion" and "Does having no religion make you smarter" does it open your mind, does it allow your brain... (more)

Tags: religion, education, christian, atheists, smart, religious beliefs, atheism and freedom of mind, billy connolly, intelligence, religion and your mind, religion destroys god, the pe

The Broken Gift

By Yvonne Wu, published on Aug 29, 2013

...of the biblical position. In addition, the simple reading of Genesis seems in complete contradiction with fossil record evidence. This contradiction is dealt with in The Broken Gift head on in a comprehensive manner - never done before.

Many adherents of two major world religions— Christianity and Judaism—accept the Genesis account as factual and literal.

Science and religion agree on many aspects of our origins and provide complimentary knowledge that, when integrated in one package as the book does, answers a great deal of the origins question.

This book is for ... (more)

Tags: religion, book tour, philosophy, science, author interview, books, christian, catholic, non-fiction, jewish, origins debate, creation vs evolution, spirtual

The Harboring Of Pedophiles

By Scorpion Sting, published on Apr 25, 2013

...with some real bizarre beliefs. In continued conversation in a public forum, both were rather short to say the least, I began to paint a picture of this individual in my mind. Before I get into what I think about this sick bastard I would like to warn you that many of y’all, to include Christians, pedophiles, and enablers, will probably take great offense for this post. If you do not have the stomach for the truth then take this opportunity and turn away and turn your back on the truth about this particular Christian who has a real twisted way of interpreting what he has learned from ... (more)

Tags: god, crime, heaven, predator, christian, harboring, pedophile, prey, sheeple

People Need To Lighten Up

By Scorpion Sting, published on Apr 11, 2013

...God is just another fairytale. By the way, if it actually matters, I am not a devil worshipper, I am just a person trying to live my life. People take their religion way to serious, it almost seems they don't leave time to actually live their life, and that is very, very sad. I don't hate Christians and God; I just think the entire idea is a bit silly. Who would have ever thought idol worship was still alive and strong. There is no reason to be wound so tight. But hey, I think I will always get flack for not believing in God, and I am ok with that since I made my choice while standing... (more)

Tags: god, va, reality, aliens, christian, ghosts, meat, disability, bigfoot, vegan, benifits, fakes, frauds, veteratan

Lead Us Not Into Confusion

By Thom Hunter, published on May 28, 2012

... seemed less and less momentous, but nevertheless remained in my life like some creeping plague that could not finish its job, not like some new-found identity.

In the moral lapse of the elapse of time, we've somehow taken the wrongs and made them the rights of all. The line between what Christians perceive as wrong because "the Bible tells me so," and what the world says should be right for people "because their heart tells them so," has become so blurred we barely blink anymore. We sacrifice the eternal peace of a changed heart for the fleeting fun of a satisfied one. I'm sorry, but... (more)

Tags: religion, gay, parenting, marriage, love, adultery, children, homosexuality, pornography, faith, freedom, christian, grace, lgbt, same-sex marriage, ssa

The Line Between Almost and Always

By Thom Hunter, published on Apr 7, 2012

Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” – Matthew 28:18-21

While I don’t comprehend fully why some things happen, and some don’t, I do believe God is always with me, even in those moments when the grey claims the day, and the bleak overwhelms the week, just as much as on the days where... (more)

Tags: gay, love, relationships, god, homosexuality, Forgiveness, faith, salvation, christian, grace, lgbt, ex-gay, jesus christ, resurrection, easter, scripture

Gingrinch Likes To Have It Both Ways

By Notumbus Bumbus, published on Mar 24, 2012

The Newt seems to think that because the Prez shows Christian charity to the people of Afghanistan after an American GI murdered seventeen people in that country by apologizing to them, he must really want everyone to think he's a Muslim.

"I have said publicly several times that I believe Obama is a Christian. He went to a Christian church for over 20 years. He was listening to the sermons. The fact is I take him at his word," Gingrich said told reporters in Louisiana the day before the GOP primary (in Louisiana) "But I think it is very bizarre that he is desperately concerned to... (more)

Tags: christian, terrorist, gingrich, idiot

Dear Christian: You're Scaring Them To Death

By Thom Hunter, published on Mar 23, 2012

...few far beyond the telescope, as if unseen means non-existent . . . and yet out there somewhere they maintain a wobbly orbit, passing by in the darkness, unseen, in solitude and isolation, unable to move into a different universe. They are a part of us . . . apart from us.

I thought we Christians -- the church -- would be better at this by now. For me it's not so much a matter anymore. People know me; they know of my struggle; they've tallied my losses; those who choose have seen my restoration; they know of my love for others who struggle; they have reconciled themselves to an... (more)

Tags: religion, gay, lesbian, sex, marriage, love, relationships, pornography, abuse, faith, christian, addiction, lgbt, ex-gay, church discipline

As the day gets started

By Betty B., published on Jan 19, 2012

As the day gets started I look to you for direction

I see the sun come up I call on you this morning

To lead me one way to you and your love this day.

As the day gets started I seek your face in all I do

I know you make all things new

As I go about my day I search for your hand in time

I know your ways will keep me inline As the sun rises and feeds the world

I keep you in my heart I know you'll never depart.

Written by:©Betty Bolden 10-29-04 All poems are copyright!©


Tags: love, life, bible, heaven, morning, christian, nature, wake, rise

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